When did Spain and Portugal fight?

Spanish–Portuguese War (1762–63), known as the Fantastic War. Spanish–Portuguese War (1776–77), fought over the border between Spanish and Portuguese South America. War of the Oranges in 1801, when Spain and France defeated Portugal in the Iberian Peninsula, while Portugal defeated Spain in South America.

Does Spain Hate Portugal?

Spaniards do not hate Portugal at most we just do not think too much of them. Come on, where did you get that idea from? People in the Iberian Peninsula have lived together for endless centuries and of late both countriess are members of the European Union.

Can Spain invade Portugal?

no. Really, really no. Portugal and Spain had their last territorial war in the iberian territory in the 1380s. There have been some conflicts, since then, but mostly colonial ones, or as part of bigger confrontations (Napoleonic wars and so on).

Are Spain and Portugal allies?

Spain and Portugal are now part of the same military and economic alliances (Nato and the EU) and Portugal no longer feels threatened, at least militarily. Nevertheless, the Portuguese still mistrust Spain, epitomised in their still popular saying: ‘Neither good winds nor good marriages come from Spain’.

Are Portuguese Latino or Hispanic?

Presently, the US Census Bureau excludes both the Portuguese and Brazilians under its Hispanic ethnic category (Garcia).

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